We are happy to announce the return of our EE Cast Civil 3D webinars. We are going to kick things off on October 7 at 12pm CDT with a presentation on the improved Quantity Takeoff tools in Civil 3D 2010. We’ll then present a new topic the first Wednesday of every month. In addition to learning about Civil 3D from some of the best in the business, EE will also be giving away free stuff at each EE Cast. We have a prize closet full of Civil-related stuff, ranging from old books (2006 Essentials anyone?) to fully functioning seats of Civil 2010 and Civil 3D 2010 . Be to join us each month for chance to win. Make the jump for the schedule and registation links.
Below are the upcoming topics and you register by following the link to our EE website: www.eng-eff.com/eecasts. We look forward to seeing you online.
Quantity Takeoff October 7, 2009 12-1pm CDT
Civil 3D 2010 improves upon the Quantity Takeoff (QTO) features introduced in a previous release. The QTO Manager provides a central location for calculating quantities and generating reports. You can create your own pay items or import existing lists in CVS or XML format. Additionally, you can automatically assign pay items to pipe network components and corridors via parts lists and code sets, respectively. Join EE for a detailed look at this powerful feature enhancement and for a chance to win great prizes.
Offset Alignments November 4, 2009 12-1pm, CDT
Civil 3D 2010 now provides the ability to create dynamic offset alignments that run parallel to a centerline alignment. Edits to the centerline alignment are automatically reflected in the offset alignment. Additionally, when creating the offset alignment, you can specify a station range, how many offsets to create and the offset side. Join EE for an in-depth look at this powerful feature and for a chance to win great prizes.
Object Projection December 2, 2009 12-1pm CDT
In Civil 3D 2010, you can now display plan view objects in both profile and section views. Projected objects are dynamically linked so changes made in plan are immediately updated in section and profile views. Projected objects can be points, feature lines, survey figures, 3D polylines, 3D solids, and multi-view blocks. Changes made in profile views to projected feature lines and 3D polylines are updated in plan view. Join EE for technical demonstration on using this new feature and for a chance to win great prizes.